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Former Regional Mail Sorting Facility at Camden Regional Airport

Sunbelt Drive
Camden, AR  71701

Financials

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Lease Price: $2.00

Terms: $2.00 sublease to USPS

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Features

Building

Land

Business Park

In City Limits

Sub-dividable

Expandable

Build To Suit

Shovel Ready

Industrial Park

100-Year Flood Plain

Phase 1 Environmental Audit Complete

Utilities

Water

Sewer

Electric

Natural Gas

High Speed Telecom

Transportation

Nearest Rail: 2 miles

Truck Doors/Docks

Nearest Highway: 0 miles

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Broker Info

James Lee Silliman
Executive Director
Camden Area Industrial Development Corp.
caidcark@yahoo.com
o. 870-836-6426
m. 870-818-3778
f. 870-836-6400

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The United States Postal Service (USPS) invested approximately $2.3 million in 2008 for leasehold improvements to this three-acre, 33,000 SF facility owned by the Camden Airport Commission. Upgrades included installation of new HVAC systems, upgrading lighting, adding electrical capacity and floor insulation, expanding restrooms, constructing a new floor and covered loading dock, expanding truck maneuvering area at the dock, constructing a second egress road and 43 new parking spaces, and renovating office and meeting space. The facility includes: 19,500 SF Production Floor, 3,000 SF Office and Locker Rooms, 1,500 SF Conference Room and 5,700 open storage, 11 exterior doors, and a covered 2,100 SF raised loading dock with two dock levelers and five flip ramps and seven 6’x8’ double impact doors. In 2012, the USPS vacated the facility as part of its cost reduction initiative to consolidate and reduce the number of its mail sorting facilities. For lease only.

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Coordinates: -92.767653, 33.614253

Category

Building, Enterprise Zone, Ouachita Electric Cooperative Corporation

Posted On: March 10, 2016
Last Updated: 3 years ago

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